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Pediatric Penile Pathologies

Mike Weinstock, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
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Miz and Mike review the most common pediatric penile emergencies: phimosis, paraphimosis, balanoposthitis, hair tourniquets and zipper injuries.

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Sylvia Z. -

I just wanted to pass this information on too: many boy cannot be retracted until age 10. So there's no rush on the matter. In fact, retracting too soon can cause scarring and tearing, which is why medical organizations in Europe and Australia recommend for nobody else to except for the boy himself. And once they are puberty age, only water should be used under the foreskin (it's a mucus membrane and soap can lead to balanitis and irritation/yeast). Here's some great information!
https://www.kidshealth.org.nz/foreskin-care
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/moral-landscapes/201110/what-is-the-greatest-danger-uncircumcised-boy
https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/moral-landscapes/201110/doctor-ignorance-male-anatomy-harms-boys
https://www.doctorsopposingcircumcision.org/for-professionals/care-of-the-intact-penis/

Mike W., MD -

Thx Sylvia for the insight!!
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